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Tuesday, May 07, 20191:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Office on Smoking and Health staff will review the recommended evidence-based strategies and activities to eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke, prevent youth and young adults from initiating commercial tobacco use and assist tobacco users who want to quit. Through small group activities and large group discussions, the breakout session presenters and participants will examine their current work plans and activities, address challenges commonly encountered by awardees, and discuss lessons learned from state and community level awardees.
- Provide overview of evidence-based strategies in commercial tobacco prevention and control.
- Review recipient work plans and recommend the use of evidence-based strategies and activities in these plans.
- Identify and address common challenges encountered in commercial tobacco prevention and control work.
- Share lessons learned from other recipients currently working in commercial tobacco prevention and control.
- Karla Sneegas MPH Program Services Branch Chief, OSH, CDC
- Stephen Babb MPH Public Health Analyst, OSH, CDC
- Robin Scala BS Health Communications Specialist, OSH, CDC
Karla Sneegas, MPH, Program Services Branch Chief, OSH, CDC
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- Evidence-Based Tobacco Cessation Interventions
- TOPLINE HEALTH COMMUNICATIONS RESOURCES FOR TOBACCO CONTROL
- Scala Resource - Tips® Campaign Resources: Where to quickly find what you need
- Scala Resource - CDC Best Practices user Guide for Health Communications
- Scala Resource - Considerations Create Place Ads
- Scala Resource - OSH Post Rule Smokefree Resources Flyer (English)
- Scala Resource - OSH Post Rule Smokefree Resources Flyer (Spanish)
- Scala Resource - OSH Smokefree Resources Flyer (English)
- Scala Resource - OSH Smokefree Resources Flyer (Spanish)
- Scala Resource - Sample Questions for Formative Testing of Advertisements
- Scala Resource - Guidance on Smoking Images in Counter-Marketing Ads